Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa on December 19, 1974 · Page 23
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Titonka Topic from Titonka, Iowa · Page 23

Titonka, Iowa
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Thursday, December 19, 1974
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THE TTTONKA TOPIC. TTTONKA, IOWA, DECEMBER 19, 1974 THE CORNER DRIVE-IN George and Eleanor Sachau and Debbie Debbie and Shelly Helmers — Kathrina Everdlng Iowa Counties Making Bicentennial Plans "Iowa's Bicentennial plans are alive and well", according to Robert Dillon, chairman of the Iowa American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. 47 projects have been endorsed by the Commission to date. They are located in all parts of Iowa and fit one or more of these themes for Bicentennial involvement, Heritage, Festival, and Horizons. All of these will be operational or completed by 1976. For example, the World Food Conference at Iowa State Uni- MAY IT DWELL WITH YOU AT CHRISTMAS' RICK'S FEED STORE Rick, Mavis, Doug and Tami Looft j$»*«ws!»«i!i«es^^ May your Christmas be aglow with the love of friends and family."... may it shine with the enjoyment of the good things in life! Holiday greetings from BEED HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE Chuck and Jean Beed and Family .,.; Gene and Dorothy Krominga Dwight and Bea Garrett Clarence and Edna laebrands and Family Harm and Esther Huisinga and Family Ray and Toots Hoppus Ho and Falina Buffingbon Kevin and Karen Hranicka versity will be in June 1976. The dedication of Old Capitol in Iowa City will be July 4-7, 1976. The Foods of the World Iowa State Fair will be in August 1976. Bicentennial events scheduled for 1975 include the Smithsonian collection of 34 original documents of the Revolutionary period at the Putman Museum i n Davenport March 29 .through April 27, 1975. The Freedom Train with historic memorabilia will be in Des Moines Sept. 18-21, 1975. Finn dates for other events will be announced as received. 85 of Iowa's 99 counties have established county Bicentennial Commissions and are making plans for suitable observances of the country's 200th birthday at various times during 1976. The remaining counties are being encouraged to start working on Bicentennial activities. The Commission's only fund raising project is the sale of official Iowa Bicentennial medallions in limited editions. Bronze medallions are $2.00 and the sterling silver $20.00. Over 350 baijks and savings and loans are making the medallions available. Most of the bronze medallions have been sold according to Dillon, and only a limited number of silver medals remain. If not available locally, you may order direct from the Iowa Bicentennial Commision, State House, Des Moines 50319. Orders will be filled after January 15 in the order received as long as available. Check or money order must accompany each order. Proceeds will be used to further .WSitfiWuWiWi^u^&t^MiUS* i S i .1 i Merry Christmas to you & yours! STANDARD OIL COMPANY Gary, Jerlene and Jeri Ann Slcper »JSiiW»»*&^!&«j^^ Bicentennial programs projects in Iowa. and BROWNIE SCOUTS MEET The Brownie Scouts met on Monday, Dec. 16 i n Fellowship Hall of the Titonka United Methodist Church. 16 members and one guest were present. The meeting was called to order by Beth Eden. We plan to have a theater day. Each of us is to sell one calendar. Barbara Moore made a motion to adjourn. We wrapped the presents we had made for our parents. We sang Christmas carols for Stacey Goodrich, Mrs. Herman Harms and the shoppers uptown. Melanie Givens brought the treats. —Paim Peterson, reporter 3#e*3^^ *8*«Sit«?SrtSfgt«i^^ Hope your holidays are purr-feet! At this joyous time, we'd also like to say "Thank you" for your patronage this past year. HAMILTON TELEVISION SERVICE Mr. and Mrs. John Hamilton. Lisa and Mike siW*'**^**!*^^ CKW.INC. We hope your home and heart will be filled with laughter, joy and good will this glad Holiday season— MERRY CHRISTMAS! COUNTRYMAN SHELLING AND TRUCKING "Buster" and Belly Countryman Dennis and Judy "i «?. :!•«:• -u •-: ^-csi cf.iitsf'ft t» i«i'S I -cT««?XTC?i::re?« OfSiCC'.&e.'-'.'i • ( *- < ii^i^iMa^uiatHftw&^m^ Het wj{ wjofct at €fjrfetma«! FUNK'S SEEDS INTERNATIONAL, INC. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mechler Dean — Brian — Kent — Dale « Jew, inc. When we hear the beloved carols sung, our hearts are filled with hope—hope that peace & joy will fill the earth. ETHERINGTON BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION Mike and Linda Etherington, Jennifer and Amy Rick Etherington and Deb Linde Sw*WWW!iiW»Wi»H»^^ iwownwe*mt«»«m«!^^ \ As the Magi sought the Holy Babe on that first Christmas, wise men seek Him still. TITONKA FARM STORE Mr. and Mrs. George Schuster Lori — Mark — Terry — Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Albert LoMchea

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